|The Book of Abraham|
A family saga with a difference, The Book of Abraham opens on
the backdrop of a burning Jerusalem in 70 AD as Abraham the Temple scribe flees the destruction of his home. Two thousand years and a hundred generations later, another Abraham perishes,
immolated in the fires of the Warsaw Ghetto. But the chain that links these two Abrahams is that of one family--the author's own.
Over Five Million copies sold worldwide!
Paperback: ISBN: 1-59264-039-7 Pages: c.600 8˝"x5˝" US$14.95 More Info...
Marek Halter returns with a remarkable tale—based in truth—of the little-known crusade by a 16th-century Jew to marshal support for a Jewish state, four centuries before the creation of modern-day Israel. David Reubeni is a Jewish prince from the lost
kingdom of Chabor. Arriving in Venice, he begins spreading his own gospel of the return of the Jews to a homeland in Palestine. Reubeni scours the European courts for support, ultimately pleading his cause to Pope Clement VII...
Publication date: April 2008 More Info...
|The Wind of the Khazars|
The story of the Khazars comes to vivid, unforgettable life in Marek Halter's rich tapestry, which unravels when writer Marc Sofer is invited to speak at a conference where he is given an ancient Khazarian coin by a stranger. Intrigued, Sofer is drawn into investigating the enigma of the Khazars. Why did these Steppe warriors decide to become Jews? And then why, Why after centuries of power and prosperity, were they effaced from history? What is the connection between this ancient people, and the terrorist group calling themselves the New Khazars?
Paperback: ISBN: 159264158X Pages: c.326 US$14.95 UK£9.99
Publication date: January 2006 More Info...